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Published by Dover in New York .
Written in English


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Reprint of English translation originally published in 1915.

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Open LibraryOL19627263M

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The famous articles, dating from –7, that founded a new branch of mathematics. Covers addition, multiplication and exponentiation of cardinal numbers, smallest transfinite cardinal numbers, ordinal types of simple ordered aggregates and operations on ordinal types. Develops theory of well-ordered aggregates; investigates ordinal numbers of well-ordered aggregates and more.   Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Transfinite Numbers is not suitable as an introduction. I unwisely disregarded caution from an earlier reviewer that Cantor's work would not be appropriate for a beginner in set theory. (I thought that I was reasonably acquainted with set theory, but I do admit that I was not a math major.)/5(11).   Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Transfinite Numbers/Article 1. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE FOUNDING OF THE THEORY OF TRANSFINITE NUMBERS (First Article) W. Killing has given welcome expression to his doubts concerning the foundation of Veronese's book in the Index lectionum of the Münster Academy for   CHAPTER 1. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE FOUNDING OF THE THEORY OF TRANSFINITE NUMBERS. INTRODUCTION. I. IF it is safe to trace back to any single man the origin of those conceptions with which pure mathematical analysis has been chiefly occupied during the nineteenth century and up to the present time, we must, I think, trace it back to Jean Baptiste Joseph Brand: Dover Publications.

  Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Transfinite Numbers is not suitable as an introduction. I unwisely disregarded caution from an earlier reviewer that Cantor's work would not be appropriate for a beginner in set theory. (I thought that I was reasonably acquainted with set theory, but I do admit that I was not a math major.)Cited by: 3. Contributions to the Founding of the Theory of Transfinite Numbers Dover Books on Mathematics Dover books on advanced mathematics Dover books on intermediate and advanced mathematics Issue 1 of Open Court series of classics of science and philosophy: Author: Georg Cantor: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Courier Corporation, ISBN: /5(2).   Page v - This volume contains a translation of the two very important memoirs of Georg Cantor on transfinite numbers which appeared in and These memoirs are the final and logically purified statement of many of the most important 1/5(1).   Contributions to the founding of the theory of transfinite numbers.: Translated, and provided with an introd. and notes , Dover Publications.

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